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for an economy. i will not say market oriented because it's not there yet but him himhim him him him him him him him it's definitely moving in that direction. the question i wanted to rescue was, you know we were talking about the negativity? to me, a good portion is coming from the various inspectors general reporting from afghanistan. you think you will get to the point where they can series the handle transfer of funds he? -- funds? >> no. >> pretty straightforward answer. >> i don't think they are to that point out all. the gm representative and dealer. there are real glimmers of enterprise. this is a significant deal. these women work during the day and they come to this place right to the american university campus to get the skills that they need to go into business. i know it will happen overnight and it's a real significant change to be a part of. >> i'm from the naval postgraduate school. it's great to have you here and listen to what you are saying. i want to start with what you opened with was telling the stories of the public that's it. the president was so good about telling the st
make end meet and families don't want to give it to the country. economy is growing 7% a year says the government and there is mounting pressure to push both sides to the negotiating table. al jazeera. >> reporter: farmers in madagascar fear their crops may be destroyed by another locust invasion, 70% of the farmers have been devastated leaving 4 million people hungry and tanya page reports. >> reporter: the farmers were helless when a swarm of locust went to the rice patties and they are suffering and the locust ate the food for the bulls and it's too weak to plow and everything has to be done by hand. >> translator: the locust came from the south in a huge swarm and we were surprised and it had a huge cloud and blocked out the sun. >> reporter: at the height of the infestation the swarms affected 70% of madagascar combined with the effect of the annual cyclones this year's harvest is down 21% and the world program and the world culture organization said a third of households are hungry with 10 million more people at risk. the resent swarms first appeared in 2009 and a politic
in the company's consumer line business. the ceo was on the closing bell yesterday talking about the economy and the broader business environment. >> it was lacking is enough confidence to take risk toes create jobs. i think that's the big issue here. but people are maximizing what they have. they're not doing a lot of new things. so for aig, we continue to grow. we continue to grow across the board, both in the united states and around the world. but it's a matter of our clients are a little bit more cautious. but i don't know that this quarter or next quarter that you'll see any effect on our business materially. >> and stores products retailer container store, they raised $225 million. the ipo was priced at $18 a share, the top end of its increased price range. stairs are set to start trading on the new york stock exchange today under the symbol tcs. >>> microsoft co-founder paul allen's fund is suggesting microsoft spin off its consumer business. this is big news. the man who manages allen's fortune is now suggesting that microsoft search and xbox business res deextracting from the softw
orleans. increasing our exports helps grow our economy and helps create jobs in the united states, including in new orleans. >> [indiscernible] >> i do not have a further preview on it. twothere are at least officials who have great possibilities of [indiscernible] so will the president be strategic, because in any kind of -- >> i do not know where this is going. >> listen, listen. making be strategic and any kind of support for any of these principles, because they have far-reaching ramifications down the road, so would we see a president who sits out until the general election? >> i have to tell you, on november 1, 2013, the president is not thinking about 2016. he is thinking about it he needs to do every day to make progress for the american people and the economy and on jobs, make progress in getting the website fixed so americans can have access to affordable and quality health insurance, making progress in our relationships with our allies as well as in keeping the american people safe the fighting to take to al qaeda. that is what he is thinking about every day. i'm sure 2
the burns. just one pepcid® complete works fast and lasts. >>> it could take until march for the economy to fully recover from the effects of the 16-day government shutdown. in a new "usa today" survey of top economists, 63% say the repeated budget battles over the past few years have hurt the economy some or a lot. one economist says, quote, we're falling down a fiscal flight of stairs and we're bouncing from one step to the next, one crisis to the next. it's been estimated the shutdown cost the u.s. economy $24 billion, but at least taxpayers will get some of that back. the labor department says federal workers who collected unemployment benefits will have to give the money back since they will be getting paid retroactively. >>> let me bring in editor in chief "the economist" john micklethwait. more than half of the economists are less optimistic about growth prospects than they were three months ago. could it take until march to get over the effects we felt from this? >> i think it can. i was one of those people who were skeptical about that and thought it was just a political crisis.
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out there. what would that mean for the u.s. economy? joining me now, stew varney host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. good morning to you. >> good morning, martha. martha: a lot of people have mixed reactions to the whole thing. some people said, well, you know what, if it is delayed that could be a good thing. >> that is the case. let's suppose we delay the individual mandate for one full year, put it off for a year, or even if we enhance and extend the enrollment period, any kind of delay will be taken as good news for the economy because people, employers will be more willing to hire. you take that extra burden of higher health care costs off america's middle class. so any hint of a delay, that is it what you're getting now is positive for the overall economy. by the way, martha, the stock market will open a little bit higher this morning, a little bit higher because of these hints of, a delay in obamacare, and because the weakness in the economy now means that janet yellen and federal reserve will keep on printing dollars. you have this extraordinary positi
know what's best. for example, we know we got to have a green economy. oils and fuels are the past he says, versus the fuel of the present everybody is using it. but we know that we have to get off all this stuff and create a new economy, which i have in my head and the experts have approved. and that's i think why obama care's going to collapse on its own. >> kirsten, speaking of noted liberals, elizabeth warren had this to say about the website problems. "getting people in and crucial. i know that's why it's so deeply upsetting that the government just dropped the ball on getting the website launched, but the answer is double down and get it fixed." a lot of focus here on the website, but today indicates that the substance could be a big problem. >> yeah. i think it is a problem when you have the president saying you can keep your plan if you like it. if he had said you can sort of keep your plan for double the cost, i don't think that very many people would have been excited about this. you need to actually tell people what you're going to do. grant it it is a minority. 14 million
of performance. northrop grumman. as your life changes, fidelity is there for your personal economy, helping you readjust along the way, refocus as careers change and kids head off to college, and revisit your investments as retirement gets closer. wherever you are today, fidelity's guidance can help you fine-tune your personal economy. start today with a free one-on-one review of your retirement plan. . >> let's calm it contracttual obligation. game sixt fenway tonight. they could wrap it up. we figure a great game 7 tomorrow on halloween. we are seeing rain and snow moving through new england this morning. again, temperatures will be warming up during the day. i'm not too concerned of a rain or a wash. showers are possible even later on this evening. in the boston era, we will be dealing with temperatures that will be very warm, should be about 58, 56 degrees or so. willie, one thing that's interesting, talking to barnicle, tonight the wind will be blowing out of the south 20 miles an hour. >> that heads over the green. >> oh, dear lord. >> it could be a lot more runs than people think. >> wha
on this obamacare has very little to do with the ,verall economy versus the wars the insane trade policies or insane tax policies. all of this is a smokescreen. it is almost like weapons of mass destruction. if you're going to say here and the 15,000 when you have 20,000 on unemployment. 100 million people are living in poverty -- this is all this is. this is just politics to of peoples issue being critical of the president? we are at the point of this country where the whole thing is completely collapsed. after they at obama, had three years of borscht, the system needed the opposite. you people in the media created barack obama. and said of him coming in addressing the policies -- instead of him coming in addressing the policies, now you can talk about obamacare. i grew up in detroit. -- i wrotegreat book it. belt."g back the rust host: i think we got your point. scott, texas, republican caller. caller: obama told us the fundamental change that he was going to bring to this country -- what he was talking about was socialism. he was not remotely all five for this job. none of his background qualifi
% of americans in our poll last week who said they think the economy is poor and all of the gains in the market. >> about half of americans are not invested in the stock market, they feel it 100% through the jobs. that's what the disconnect is all about. for investors, for workers who have a 401(k) in their, at their company, wow. what a great year it's been. today you have a pullback from the records last week but i want to show you, poppy, how far we have come this year. these year-to-date numbers are really, really good. the dow is up 19% this year, the nasdaq up 31%. the s&p 500, now that is the average most likely to reflect the stock portion of your 401(k), up 2%. last week we had a terrific week for some tech stocks, many of these that i'm about to show you are household names, they are widely held stocks, we'll hear more from the tech companies this week, apple reports earnings after the bell. look at amazon, google up a fraction. look at the price of the shares, above $1,000 a share. microsoft up about 2%. it was a terrific week for stocks. no surprise for me this morning you have a pu
, the entire boondog gle with the green energy economy that obama care tried to create out of nothing with federal money. it is an intrinsic part of the great entitlement state that thinks it can do anything on its own, take over a sixth of the economy with health care. create out of nothing a green economy at a time when history and the market have said it's not ready. it is always true that it will be riddled with cronyism because it is all the decisions made not on the basis of the market but on the basis of what. that's where the corruption sets in. >> everything that was told to the american people as the president sold this, everything -- i >>> people are not keeping their plan. they are told they liked it, they can keep it. the cost is not $900 billion. everything, the rollout could be easy. nudging is true. what is the political fallout? what should republicans do for consumers now experiencing a lot of heartache? >> well, the other guys committing sue sirkd get out of the way. i've thought reality of obama care, which you saw coming, i saw coming and is a movement saw coming
attention. he's received credit for growing the economy with aggressive programs to improve infrastructure, learn new investment, and cut india's notorious red tape. but he's also known as a hard line hindu nationalist and was criticized for failing to prevent the mass murder of muslims during riots in 2002. >>> voters in the philippines have been casting their ballots in village elections marred by bloodshed. police say 22 people were killed in violence in the run-up to elections to choose the leaders of the country's smallest administrative division. the vote went ahead on monday amid tight security. a total of 800,000 candidates were contesting 336,000 posts, including chairmanships and counsellor seats. the elections are often marked by violence stemming from political rivalries. afp news agency said half the 22 people killed this time were incumbent candidates seeking reelection. it refers to the name to the community unit that existed before spain colonized the philippines. political parties use them to compete for grass roots support. observers say they symbolize not only the nation
to destabilize in the eastern part? >> because they have economy interest in it and ruwanda has been exploiting a lot of the natural resources via companies and proxys and is a clear thing that they are involved in the dsc and northern very much. and their interest is to weaken that part of the country and that the government should not have any power in it. it's very easy to have, to do the deals in the way they want. so for them it was also a clear situation because the central government of congo has had to traditionally no grip whatsoever on that part of the country. and very much so since the insurgency started, i would say back in 1994. and so it has been a traditional thing that they are there and also they had an unofficial excuse because part of the people who were fleeing the masockas at the border in congo including some of the let's say fighting against the government of tagali. >> reporter: sorry to say we have to leave it there. we appreciate your analysis of the situation in that part of africa thank you very much indeed. hundreds of people in sue dan's disputed region have a re
for them to swarm and at the same time our political, social and economy crisis here and the fight against locals was too slow and they didn't have money so they grew out of control. >> reporter:er ratification program starts in november, two million hectors of land will be sprayed with pesticides but they need to raise a quarter of the $41 million for the plan. this is the best time of year to start the program because the insects are on the ground, reproducing and laying eggs. the reduced harvest means stable foods are more expensive so there is more demand at feeding programs like this, wfp feeds nearly a quarter million children a day and could be their only decent meal and made harder and out of their control natural and manmade. with me to talk more about the situation here in madagascar is william and he is from the world food program. how big of a factor are the locusts and the situation that madagascar is facing now? >> a factor in serious negative impact the country has been suffering and less economic process and less aid and cyclones are impacting the country every year a coupl
on the economy? we are looking at whether the aca helps or hurts? and rob earth samue samuelson hs to say in the washington post. whether the obamacare is creating disincentives for hiring workers. an drew you have looked at this what do you think. there are a lot of different opinions on what employers are doing. i can tell you what healthcare are doing. it's created a enormous amount of jocks. >> we are talking about 9 bigger picture here. we are talking about employers who don't want to go over the 50 employee threshold in order not to have to provide insurance. and ls putting people on fewer than 30 hours a week. >> there is data showing that is happening. it's whether people leave the work force because they don't need their jobs anymore. they don't need to be endentureed at a job that they don't like and they are only staying at because that is the only way to get health insurance. this liberated people to retire early or strike out on their own. even though that would be reflected on unemployment figures. that would be a good thing. >> your comment on this. >> i would caution pulli
pretty striking. there have been changes in the economy. in afghanistan. we drove across kabul to the university in afghanistan. i wish every american could go american university in afghanistan. there, if every american could go there, or if american could see what is happening just in that one across kabul to it, i believe it would change most americans about what we have accomplished theh our allies and with afghan security forces in afghanistan. the city now is full of cars, isere is traffic jams, there shops opening all over the place. people are in markets. drive -- we couldn't across kabul, they wouldn't let across kabul years before. it just simply was too dangerous. it is still a dangerous place, by the way. i don't want to sound pollyannish here. things havent is changed for the better in afghanistan and the american people, sadly, don't know it. relative to the american by way ofy itself part of the story, of course, is the growth in the number of students. when it opened i think it with 53 students. there is now 1,000 students there. 300 of them are women. and they
're currently in that phase. how do you make a city thrive and survive in today's economy with all of the challenges that the economy has today? what do you think the key to success of a city is? >> has to be open to everybody. diverse population makes a big difference. the city has to have a spirit and reason people want to go there and live there. one of the problems with washington, d.c. is everybody lives there but they look out. they never think they're going to stay there for the rest of their lives. always waiting to go home. new york city or other great cities people want to come there. and today there are more people that are moving to new york city than leaving for the first time in decades. we have more tourists than ever before. more people have jobs than ever before. and that creates a dynamic place where the best and brightest want to be. and if the best and brightest want to be there, they'll create and generate a tax base so that you can take care of the less fortunate but the real key and it's not popular thing to say but you have to have the wherewithal. these peo
military our economy. the things we can pull out of their in that aspect. you have to think about what gaps are there that people no. it helps her descendents against other countries. just because countries like doesn'tare our friends mean you don't want to collect as much as possible. carson, california, democrats line. caller: i don't think we should rethink our technology and friends. them, our as president reagan said, trust and verify. what you think is a benefit of looking in on allies? caller: because people change all the time. political seasons change, too. -- wast know which way her friend today may not be her friend tomorrow. have anything to be concerned about, i don't think they should be concerned about us buying because i'm sure they have spies on us, to. "the washington post." has a graphic in the paper. here is valid from minneapolis, minnesota, independent line. i think it is an issue of trust, but i also think that the spying is about fear and the fear that we have with one another. with countries and individuals. it is everywhere. we talk about spying and a lot of peopl
economy. we need to win the war of ideas. prime minister thatcher said you've got to win the war, the debate of ideas before you can win the next election. we've got to be more than the party of no. our country's got a critical decision to make. myÑi generationÑi needs to choose again to renew principles of freedom to say the american dream and prosperity is a path forward. president obama is offering more government. >> we're running out of money. give me an example. don't get wonky. a new fresh conservative proposal we're not hearing now that you think would be more attractive to one of these groups that is not voting republican right now. >> i think you see a lot of creativity around education reform at the state level, whether it's giving letter grades to public schools, holding teachers accountable based on student growth in terms of how they're learning, in terms of school choice or the dollars follow the students andÑi public schools, on-line schools, private schools, independent schools, dual enrollment programs. i think it's changing the way we teach. for example, in
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, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> welcome back. it could be one of the e.p.a.'s most dramatic power grabs ever, enforcing a federal regulation to gain control of nearly all the water in america. is this government bureaucracy out of control? let's talk to fox news contributor jeanine. good morning to you. how are you? >> fine. how are you? >> fine. i'm a little disturbed when people learn of this. clean water act, sounds great. we want to turn on the tap and have clean water coming out. now the e.p.a. is grabbing a part of our water we didn't know they had their mitts in. >> this is what government does. government overreach. it is a power grab. but what the e.p.a. is doing is they're being the judge, jury and executioner because they're writing the laws for the clean water act. and the clean water act is so broad, vague and confusing that the e.p.a. is stepping in to try to impose regulations on bodies of waters like wetlands that don't connect to bigger bodies of water or streams that don't run all year round. it is a power grab. >> as we
this, worries me a bit because the economy is so dependent on housing. it has so many more to do with whether or not you are in the market to buy a house or sale a house. housing creates jobs, demands, you know it. >> absolute. >> i you move in to a new house, no matter how good the house it you are going to do some work on it, buy appliances, get carpeting, cabinets, whatever the case is. it really affects a lot of things. so this tells us, gives us a sign, there mighting might a sn in-housing. >> you are concerned about this. and how serious is this drop in sales? >> el with, for the most, it's okay. it's not serious. it's a big number we have seen housing prices up 11.7% in the last year, the housing market is still pretty strong and good in my business we look at trajectories. right, we want to see patterns, they can go up and down as long as they don't go up and down too much. some people thought the housing market had gone pretty frothy so they are okay with it pulling back a bit. i say this to you, it's something to be concerned about even if you have nothing to do with t
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this affect the economy. if you suddenly have to come up with $200, $200, $400 a month or more, what do you do? you economize. you have less could you rely on older equipment longer. you reluctantly raise prices, knowing it will cost to customers, cut back on hours for employees, and most importantly, you stop hiring. guest: he doesn't know what he's talking about. let me say this about heritage. 10 years ago now, greta, when the congress passed the prescription drug bill, i voted no. most democrats voted no. we felt there were too many cap senat -- too many gaps in it. we felt the federal government should have a place of the table when negotiating drug prices. i still feel that. passedout after it was and went to town meetings and went to senior groups i said this. i have a responsibility to educate you to the best of my ability, even though i voted against this bill. i want you to know about it so that you can make reasonable decisions about your drug purchases. i didn't say let me find a way to undermine this. let me go to senior groups and tell them don't believe this stuff, don't even pa
of our government to make decisions that push our economy and our society forward. there's been a change from a willingness of the two parties to work together to get things done to today the two parties at each other's throat and simply trying to score political points. i don't know why that's occurred. >> doesn't the government shutdown play into this feeling that the country isn't working, secretary kerry spoke about it in a speech last week, undermining the way we are perceived around the world? >> i think there's a lot of validity to that. i appreciate the "60 minutes" story done on that. i thought they did a very good job and he certainly with his career. look, i sponsored a bill, andrea, that the president, then senator barack obama sponsored. i then sponsored it in the house. we passed it out of the house, it sits in the senate. i can't get a bill barack obama, the senator, sponsored himself. i can't get the democratic senate to bring that up. how in the world can that be. if you haven't paid your federal taxes, you said, if you want to get a federal contract you should be prohib
in the double digits between 2008 and 2012 among black men in part because of the economy. and that's what shaquille o'neal touted in his endorsement of christie. i think this is something the democrats have to worry about, whether clinton is on the ballot or not. >> if we do look at clinton being on the ballot or not, there is an achilles heel when it comes to benghazi. senator lindsey graham said republicans were going to double down on their efforts to get to the bottom of what happened there, thinking that they haven't asked enough questions and they don't have enough answers publicly. he specifically mentioned secretary clinton. take a listen. >> and where was hillary clinton during all these multiple requests for security? you could see this attack a long time in the making, according to the people on the ground in libya. why couldn't you see it in washington? and who the hell told susan rice this story about a protest gone bad? >> so it seems that benghazi and that being a strength for republicans going after hillary clinton will remain a strength all the way through 2016. >> it's a
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on my own. i'll worry about the economy more than a few times before they're grown. but it's for them, so i've found a way. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. ready to plan for your future? we'll help you get there. . >> there is an intense manhunt going on in oklahoma right now. four inmates made a daring escape early sunday morning from a county jail. they slipped out through a trapped door above the shower. it sound like the shaw shank redemption, right? this is all too real. george howl is live in oklahoma with the latest. george, what do we know? >> reporter: chris, good morning. these inmates, we know they were being held here at this detention center to be shipped off to a state prison in oklahoma. clearly, they had plans of their own, a secret plan and literally slipped through the cracks. a desperate search is under way for four inmates after they escaped sunday morning from this detention center in oklahoma about an hour outside oklahoma city. their names dillan threeiron, anthony mendas
life changes, fidelity is there for your personal economy, helping you readjust along the way, refocus as careers change and kids head off to college, and revisit your investments as retirement gets closer. wherever you are today, fidelity's guidance can help you fine-tune your personal economy. start today with a free one-on-one review of your retirement plan. >>> back now at 7:49 with a mystery solved. the 49-year-old photo taken by ringo starr, we now know who was in it. carson has the story. >> good morning, guys. "today" exclusive. we told you last week about the story. in his new book, ringo starr has a photo he took in 1964. it's a group of high school students crammed into a car. "usa today" put the call out to help him find the teens in the picture and we talked about the story on "today" and we had responses flooding in and it turns out they were a group of students from fairlawn high school in new jersey. on the day the photo was taken, they had cut school and they were headed to the airport in a borrowed chevy impala to see the beatles. we're pleased to announce that we hav
government running huge chunks of the u.s. economy and you would prefer to have reforms where they're necessary that are private sector and free market friendly. >> one of the major criticisms, nick, is that the president promised in three years ago when he was rolling out, when he was pushing for obama care four years ago, if you have an insurance policy, you can keep your insurance policy, if you have doctors and like them, you can keep your doctors. you don't have to worry about that. but clearly, that is not necessarily turned out to be the case. >> yeah. i think that is a fair criticism. i think there are a lot of people who have been very worried by the letters they are getting, saying that their policy has ended. now, in fact, in many cases, that's because a better policy is going to be offered and i think that as we get closer, some of those people are going to be happy with what they end up with but there's no question, it's a real shock to a lot of people and is something i think that the administration did not do a good job of managing expectations on. >> the good news,
looks at how it will affect families and the future of our economy. >>> no illusion mirrors are bringing light to a dark corner of norway. the town that's waking up to a new dawn. >>> neighbors say a hot sauce factory is bringing them nothing but pain. a look inside the home of sir siracha. >>> i'm accountable to you for fixing these problems. and i'm committed to earning your confidence back by fixing the site. >> right off the bat, secretary sebelius apologized. she brushed off calls for her to resign. >> they no longer deny the health care website was a mess. >> a new height for the dow. what's driving this? >> corporate america is in great shape. >> china's calling a car attack in tiananmen square an act of terrorism. >> the fact is they almost didn't make it out of st. louis. >> a marine veteran dies saving kids in a school shooting. his widow remembers his bravery. >> i knew exactly what he did. >> an american soldier reunited with the afghan translator who saved his life. >> did you ever think this was not going to happen? did you ever give up h
of our economy. >>> it's no illusion mirrors are bringing light to a dark corner of norway. we'll visit a town that's waking up to a new dawn. >>> and neighbors say a hot sauce factory is bringing them nothing but pain. only on "cbs this morning," an inside look at the home of sriracha. but first this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00. >>> secretary sebelius was asked to testify last week but she didn't have time and the questions have only piled up. >> a new high for the dow. what's driving it. >> oh, my goodness. it's corporate america in great shape. >> media reports that china's falling apart near tiananmen square. an act of terrorism. >> reporter: the cardinals have to win tonight or they'll go home. last night it wasn't clear if they'd make it out of st. louis. >>> a marine veteran dies saving his schoolchildren. >>> an american soldier reunites with an afghan soldier who saved his life. >> reporter: did you ever think this was not going to happen? did you ever give up hope? >> i had a brother here fighting for me. >> i hope it's tock be a red sox fan an
schlesinger looks at how prices will affect families and the future of our economy. >>> it's no illusion, mirrors are bringing light to a dark corner of norway. we'll visit a town that's waking up to a new dawn. >>> and neighbors say a hot sauce factory is bringing them nothing but pain. only on "cbs this morning," an inside look at the home of sriracha. but first this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00. >>> secretary sebelius was asked to testify last week but she didn't have time and the questions have only piled up. >> a new high for the dow. what's driving it. >> oh, my goodness. it's corporate america in great shape. >> media reports that china's falling apart near tiananmen square. an act of terrorism. >> reporter: the cardinals have to win tonight or they'll go home. last night it wasn't clear if they'd make it out of st. louis. >>> a marine veteran dies saving his schoolchildren. >>> an american soldier reunites with an afghan soldier who saved his life. >> reporter: did you ever think this was not going to happen? did you ever give up hope? >> i had a brother here fighting for me. >
greenhouse standards. officials say the agreement is significant because a combined economy of western states and british columbia makes it the 5 5th largest in the world. >>> it's 8:17. in 45 minutes, the trial is set to begin in san mateo county for former 49er and raider, harris. harris is accused of assaulting his boyfriend during an argument at a menlo park restaurant last january. the former offensive tackle admitted he was gay shortly after the incident and said he kept his sexuality a secret during his entire pro football career. harris played 5 seasons for the 49ers and won with the raiders. >>> celebrity chef fiati is expected in a marin county courtroom. around 1:30 he'll be testifying against the teen accused of stealing his lam -- lamborghini. in april of 2012, wade shot at a girl and her then boyfriend. wade was upset the girl did not have romantic feelings for him. >>> time is 8:18. the state senate is about to hold a hearing on pg&e's analling pipeline system -- aging pipeline system. after they won approval to run a pipeline under san carlos back online after an engineer rais
, that no matter the issue, from the economy to spying, ultimately, the buck stops with him. >> ultimately, the buck stops with me. when i'm president, i'm responsible for a whole bunch of stuff that is done. and that's the nature of the game. you know, as harry truman says, the buck stops with you. what i continue is believe is ultimately, the buck stops with me. i'm the president. and the buck stops with me. i am less interested in passing out blame than i am in learning from and correcting these mistakes to make us safer. for ultimately the buck stops with me. >> we are responsible, though. the buck stops with me. >> i won't have my vice president engineering my foreign policy for me. the buck will stop with me because i'll be the president. >> i will be responsible for the vision that this team carries out, so as harry truman says, the buck will stop with me. >> mike baker, i think you're sensing a pattern we were showing there, former cia covert operations officer, and he's also the host of america's declassified that airs this weekend. so mike, if you are tapping personal cell phones
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